Float Mobile Learning kicks off its first free webinar in the Mobile Learning Conversations series, Instructional Design for Mobile Learning. This session will be hosted by Jeff Tillett and Gary Woodill, two experts in the mobile industry, on Tuesday, Oct. 11, at 1 p.m. EDT / 10 a.m. PDT. Register now for free>>
“Mobile learning really needs good instructional design to be effective,” Tillett said. “The learning needs to be engaging, precise and to the point. There is less margin for error because of the medium.”
Though anyone interested in mobile is welcome to attend, the content is geared toward instructional designers, curriculum managers and leaders in training and development. “I would like them to be excited, not intimidated, by the opportunity mobile learning offers,” Tillett said. “Many of the instructional design skills they may already have will transfer over well to mobile.”
The Instructional Design for Mobile Learning session will prepare attendees with skills for future webinars in the Mobile Learning Conversations series, though Float is happy to welcome anyone who is interested to attend any session. Seating is limited to 100 participants.
No future dates for the Mobile Learning Conversations series have been announced yet.
About Jeff Tillett
Jeff Tillett, who is based in the Seattle area, is a mobile strategist for Float. He has more than 20 years’ expertise in instructional design, consulting, eLearning design and development. Prior to joining Float, Tillett was a senior instructional designer, developer and innovation evangelist for T-Mobile.
About Gary Woodill
Dr. Gary Woodill, Ed.D. is a senior analyst for Float and is located near Toronto, Canada. Woodill is also the CEO and senior analyst at i5 Research, as well as the author of The Mobile Learning Edge. Woodill describes himself as a recovering academic, spending 20 years in academia before heading into the corporate world, where he developed and researched eLearning technology for a number of companies.
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